Mastering your mindset isn’t as difficult as you may think. And having great sales isn’t all that difficult either. You have it in you!
Is the stress of the current political environment making it difficult for you to show up and be your best in your business?
Is being successful at business something you feel is for other people, but not for you?
Have you ever felt that if a prospect says no, it’s a reflection on who you are?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then this workshop is for you! Most people have limiting beliefs of some kind. That’s common. The bad news is limiting beliefs can cause you to struggle with growing your business.
The good news is… IT DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS WAY!!!
80% of success comes from mindset, and the rest is in the mechanics.
Join Joe Novara and Sarah Madras during this brand new workshop where you’re going to learn…
- Skills for identifying the stories (lies) you tell yourself that impact your success versus the actual truth.
- Simple methods to switch from a negative mindset to a winner’s mindset.
- Techniques for breaking free from the limited thinking that prevents you from closing sales or even asking for the business in the first place.
Joe is very happy to collaborate with Sarah Madras.
As a Business Therapist and Certified Dare to Lead™ & Daring Way™ Facilitator (based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown), Sarah Madras is on a mission to build brave leaders and courageous cultures through the skills of mindset mastery and leadership development.
As a business owner since 2007, she has firsthand experience of what it’s like to build a business from the ground up and lead a high performing team.
She uses her expertise to empower mission-driven entrepreneurs and socially conscious organizations with the actionable skills to shift out of stress and suffering into freedom and daring leadership.
THANK YOU to our amazing sponsors who make these events possible:
Michelle Doeffinger of Triangle Social Media
Tina Owen of Damsels In Defense
Wendy Solomon of Wendy Jade Photography